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IEEE Software
2012-04-29 20:53:48

IEEE Software is a bimonthly-published broad-based practitioner-oriented magazine of the IEEE Computer Society. Established in 1983, it targets software professionals, including business analysts, requirements engineers, designers, architects, developers, process improvement experts, testers, quality engineers, and project managers. It features peer-reviewed articles, special focus sections, regular columns, technology news, experience reports, and opinion pieces. Topics covered in IEEE...

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